Parasailing in Dockyard, Sandys Parish,
Bermuda, also known as the Bermudas, is situated off the east coast of the United States. It might seem as a long distance destination, but in fact it is less than 2 hours away from most eastern US airports. Bermuda enjoys a humid subtropical climate, with mild and windy winters and hot summers.The island is divided into nine parishes and two incorporated municipalities. Hamilton is the capital city of Bermuda. It is a wonderful, harbor city full of sights of historical interest, beautiful gardens and incredible restaurants.
Among the numerous choices of watersports in Bermuda, parasailing gives you the opportunity to admire the beauty of the location from a totally different perspective.
Experience the spectacular pink sandy beaches and the lovely turquoise waters from high above the Atlantic ocean. You are able to glide over the Great Sound area, which is situated towards the western side of the island and forms a natural harbor. Each flight lasts about 8 to 10 minutes. Note that there is no age limit and no previous experience is necessary.
KS Watersports operates from the Dockyard area in Sandys Parish and provides all the safety measures for this exhilarating sport. It is advisable to book your flight in advance. Parasailing is the ultimate experience for people seeking excitement and adventure!
How to Get to Destination
Head south on Court St to Church St. Turn left at Front St. Continue to E BroadWay. Slight right to Harbour Rd. Continue to Crow Ln. Continue to Crow Lane. Slight left to Trimingham Rd. Turn right onto Berry Hill Rd. Turn left at Trimingham Rd. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit to S Rd. Slight left onto Middle Rd. Continue to Somerset Rd. Continue to Mangrove Bay Rd. Continue to Bay Rd. Continue to Malabar Rd. Continue to Cockburn Rd. Continue to Malabar Rd. The Malabar Rd turns slightly right and becomes Pender Rd. Continue to Clock Tower Parade. Continue to Camber Rd. Turn right at Dockyard Terrace.
Bermuda International Airport,
37.3km/23.2miles 51mins drive
The island is not accessible by train. The Bermuda Train Company provides narrative trolley tours of Hamilton and Dockyard from April until November.
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